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I remember seeing this move where these people were riding drakes through a canyon of some sort. I think the drakes were fighting one another in the air. It was live-action, definitely not animated. It was in English. I was probably 8 when I first saw it so the only scene I remember was the scene with the drakes flying through the valley or canyon of sorts. That's all I remember.

Does anybody know what it was called?

  • What language was it in? Was it live-action or animated? Do you have any memories of the characters (descriptions, names, etc)? Do you have any memories of the actual plot? – phantom42 Oct 24 '14 at 15:34
  • It was live-action, definitely not animated. It was in English. I was probably 8 when I first saw it so the only scene I remember was the scene with the drakes flying through the valley or canyon of sorts. That's all I remember. – SpartanHonor Oct 24 '14 at 15:36
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    I assume by "drakes" you're referring to smallish dragons? Were they armored at all? Were they normal-looking (ie - traditional European) dragons, Oriental dragons, furry white dragons with dog faces, etc.? – Omegacron Oct 24 '14 at 15:45
  • They look like traditional European dragons. Definitely not oriental. – SpartanHonor Oct 24 '14 at 17:09
  • When were you 8? We have no idea what year this would be... – Bobo Oct 24 '14 at 19:51
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There's not much to go on in the original question, so this answer may be premature. However, there aren't many live-action films that depict people riding dragons while fighting. You may be thinking of the live-action Dungeons & Dragons movie which released in 2000. It had several distance shots of dragons flying through canyons, and then the large battle at the end had the queen riding a dragon amongst large buildings while battling other dragons.

Watch the trailer below and see if it looks familiar. There are several shots of the dragons spread throughout the trailer.

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